***Sometimes I'm at a loss as to what to name my posts each day. Today, my title comes from the fact that I'm blogging in between clients...sandwiched, if you will.
Okay, moving right along...
***From "Greater" from the CD "Welcome to the New" by MercyMe. Honestly, you gotta get this CD. It's all about the message of grace - easily my all time favorite CD up to this point.
There are days I lose the battle
Grace says that it doesn't matter
'Cause the Cross already won the war.
I am learning to run freely
Understanding just how He sees me
And it makes me love Him more and more
And I hear a voice and it calls me redeemed
When others say I'll never be enough
And greater is the One living inside of me
Than he who is living in the world.
***Well, whaddya know: IRS cancelled contract with E-mail storage firm weeks after Lerner's computer crash. Don't forget - the IRS is in charge of enforcing Obamacare. Chew on that.
***Check out these trademarks that are apparently less offensive than "Redskins."
Here are a few:
Figgas over Niggas: This pending trademark
seeks to cover a line of “Apparel for dancers, namely, tee shirts,
sweatshirts, pants, leggings, shorts and jackets.” “Niggas,” of course,
is a slang version of the word “nigger,” a term considered highly
offensive towards black Americans.
Kraut Kap: Another recently-filed trademark,
this one for a line of plastic lids. “Kraut” was made famous in World
War II as a derogatory term for opposing German soldiers, as well as
Germans in general.
Dago Swagg: A label created for a line of clothing. ”Dago”
is a corruption of the common name Diego, and is used in
English-speaking countries as an offensive term for those of Italian
descent, and occasionally people from other Mediterranean countries as